Homewood Suites Boise
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... add to the feast.
Heather and George live on acreage and have a horse and they just returned from getting a rescue horse in Elko, NV. It is a long drive and there A/C was out, so they were like baked potatoes from the trip. The new horse came from a mainly dirt coral and she loved the grass the her new location. She would drop and roll on her back and enjoy her new digs! That will make Shannon very happy!!
As for the food, there wasn't a huge variety of flavors. Potatoes are served in everything. And root vegetables. Vegetable soup and cold brown bread is a standard dish in every pub and high-end restaurants. The only difference I could tell in the food between the establishments was the fanciness of the dish itself. It really didn't matter what kind of place you were in, the food was the same. Lots of fish, which I love. And blood pudding, which I also love, ...
... some nice photo opportunities as we walk along the walkway. We also encounter more of those friendly people that were so prominent yesterday. This truly is a very friendly city. As we walk, we also encounter some Canada Geese who are completely unafraid of us as we walk by. They are lounging on the grass near another outdoor eating/beverage establishment called the SandBar. Here too, the staff is preparing for the day’s business. We take ...
... down most of the way. We were glad to be pulling up to Ben and Lisa's home a bit after 9:15 at night. They were all ready for two sweaty traveller and showed us to a lovely guest room that looked like a show home. All my family live in lovely decorated homes it would appear. We are so happy to be here and tomorrow the to do list can commence. Our plans have changed again so we are planning on a few days here and now we are going to go to Salt Lake area to see friends ...
... Glacier and the elevated alpine topography of the just departed ski village of McCall the barrenness of Boise was quite jarring to the eye.
The down town area is small but had some interesting architecture, was clean and had a couple of eat streets with al fresco dining on wide foot paths along tree lined city streets, a cabal of bars in the Basque part of town and a ...